Taking control of any freeride-focused boardroom, the Never Summer Chairman X Snowboard is designed to tackle the most technical bowls and deepest pow like a boss. NS outfitted it with serious dampening to absorb tons of shock and high-speed vibration, allowing you to charge through tracked-out snow and rough terrain with confidence and control. This wide version accommodates bigger riders, offering a stable, toe drag-free ride for large dudes who shred. The Chairman X's aggressive Ripsaw Rocker Camber profile adds even more edge hold and pop, while the Chairman Power Grip sidecut creates additional contact points for insane edge hold, even on the iciest slopes. NS's dampest freeride deck, The Chairman X features an RDS+1 dampening system that provides a consistently smooth ride over chunder runs and high-speed chatter, which makes sense, seeing as NS used twice the amount of elastomeric rubber foil as the usual RDS 1 Dampening System. Then, even more impact-absorption comes in the form of Elastomeric Underfoot Stabilizers placed directly below the mounting area that reduce foot fatigue and increase confidence at high speeds. Carbon laminates enhance edge-to-edge energy transfer and torsional rigidity to help you hold an edge at high speeds and explode out of pow slashes. Add in a lightning-fast Durasurf XT Sintered 5501 base, and you've got yourself a board that's comfortable straight-lining at high speeds all over the mountain.
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